|Roberto D'Angiò e i suoi tempi (Volume 2) - Caggese, Romolo, 1882-1938|
Keywords: Robert, King of Naples, ca. 1275-1343
|Stacel L. Pulsifer Obituary - //www.heraldextra.com/|
Obituary 19 April 1926 Provo Daily Herald pg.1
Keywords: Charles Pulsifer; Evan Lewis; Robert Pulsifer; William Pulsifer; Robert King; Martha Robertson
|ST 7 11 13 Full Show - Sojourner Truth|
Thursday: The latest news on the George Zimmerman trial in the killing of Trayvon Martin.Our daily update on the California Prisoners Hunger Strike: strikers continue to shock prison officials with the large numbers of participants. The hunger strikers are bringing new focus to conditions of solitary confinement in US prisons. And, the case of men who have been held in solitary confinement for as long as 41 years: the case of the Angola 3...
Keywords: Trayvon Martin; George Zimmerman; California Prison Hunger Strike; Earth Watch; Angola 3; Robert King
|KÃ¶nig Robert von Neapel (1309-1343) seine persÃ¶nlichkeit und sein verhÃ¤ltnis zum humanismus - Goetz, Walter Wilhelm, 1867-|
Keywords: Robert, King of Naples, ca. 1275-1343; UniversitÃ¤t TÃ¼bingen
|Rag Radio - 2010-06-22 / Black Panther Robert King - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
-A discussion with Robert King, a member of the Black Panther Party and one of the Angola 3, who spent 32 years in Angola prison, 29 in solitary confinement for a crime he did not commit. Also: Mariann Wizard, discussing political prisoner Marilyn Buck. Producer and host: Thorne Dreyer. Engineer: Tracey Schulz.
Keywords: -Robert King; Angola 3; Black Panthers; Mariann Wizard; Marilyn Buck; Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Political Prisoners
|Roberto D'Angiò e i suoi tempi (Volume 1) - Caggese, Romolo, 1882-1938|
Keywords: Robert, King of Naples, ca. 1275-1343; Italy -- History 1268-1492
|Prison Radio Show - June 28 2013|
We have an interview with Chanelle Gallant and Lisa-Marie Alatorre, co-creatures of the website Everday Abolition who collect stories, art, and interviews highlighting the ways prison abolitionists practice and live prison abolition in their work, organizing, and personal lives. This is followed with a commentary with psychotherapist and penal abolitionist Giselle Dais, from London, Ontario show speaks on a world without prisons and suggests that we acquaint ourselves with the web site everyday...
Keywords: Angola 3, Everyday Abolition, Lynne Stewart, Herman Wallace, Albert Woodfox, Robert King, political prisoners, C.W. Michaels, Canadian prison system, prison abolition; Herman Wallace; Albert Woodfox; Robert King; everydayabolition.com; prison abolition; Lynne Stewart; C.W. Michael
|Poets Co-op TV Show Episode 14 featuring Robert King - M. D. Friedman|
Poets Co-op TV Show Episode 14 featuring Robert King reading live on August 3, 2008 on CCTV 54 in Louisville, Colorado. Please see www.videopoetry.org for more great poetry.
Keywords: Robert King; video; TV; poetry; poem; poet; poets; Poets' Co-op; Coop; Cooperative; internet; download; free; live; reading; performance
|Prison Radio Show - August 30, 2013|
We begin our show with out on-going coverage on the California Prisoner Hunger Strike by airing a speech by former SHU prisoner who spent 4 years in the Pelican Bay State Prison, Steven Czifra. We then proceed with an interview with Laura Magnani from the American Friends Service Committee in San Francisco. Ms. Magnani is a nationally known expert on solitary confinement. We have an interview with Paulette D'auteuil who is the National Secretary of the Jericho Movement...
Keywords: Jericho Movement; Leonard Peltier; Lynne Stewart; Paulette D'auteuil; Steven Czifra; PBSP; prisoner hunger strike; Herman Wallace; Albert Woodfox; Angola 3; Tory Pegram; AFSC; Laura Magnani; Robert King; political prisoners; solitary confinement; SHU
|People United - June 25, 2010 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with former Black Panther Robert Hillary King, Ex-pinta Support Alliance founder Tania Rivera, and former Students for a Democratic Society activist Mariann Wizard about the life, health, and pending release of US political prisoner Marilyn Buck.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Marilyn Buck; Mariann Wizard; Robert Hillary King; Robert King; Robert King Wilkerson; Tania Rivera; Black Panthers; Black Panther Party; Students for a Democratic Society; Black Liberation Army; Weather Underground; social movements; liberation movements; state repression; political prisoners; prison conditions; criminal justice system; Ex-pinta Support Alliance; ESA; Rag Blog; From the Bottom of the Heap; Resistencia Bookstore; Red Salmon Arts; Raul Salinas; raulrsalinas; female prisoners; women prisoners; pintas; black freedom struggle; prison organizing; prisoner organizing; prison abolition; political sentences; human rights; political struggle
|Portals of Easton- Stonehouse Hill|
This episode of Portals of Easton highlights Stonehouse Hill, which was the homestead of Frederick Lothrop Ames and his descendants. As well, this episode visits the Stonehill College Archives where Archivist Louise Kennelly shows and provides insights to the Ames Family collection.
Keywords: Robert F. Misiewicz; Hazel L. Varella; Frederick Lothrop Ames; Frederick Lothrop Ames Jr; Georgian Style; Easton; North Easton; Donahue Hall; Louise M. Kennelly; Arnold B. Tofias; Stonehill Archives; Ames Shovel; Cushing Martin Library; Ames Shovel Papers; Oliver Ames; Oliver Ames I; letter press; Robert King; Ames Shovel Co. Sign; 1784 Shovel; John Ames II; Sarah Ames Witherall; Harriet Ames Mitchell
|People United - January 21, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features journalist Jordan Flaherty and released political prisoner Robert Hillary King on the subject of community and resistance, particularly as it pertains to post-Katrina New Orleans, the Jena Six case, and Angola State Prison. They spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin, Texas, on December 5, 2010.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Jordan Flaherty; Floodlines; Robert Hillary King; Robert King Wilkerson; From the Bottom of the Heap; race; class; youth issues; Community and Resistance Tour; MonkeyWrench Books; Jena Six; Jena 6; hurricane relief; New Orleans; Katrina; police; law enforcement; abolitionist; prison; criminal justice; community organizing; social movements; Angola State Prison; Black Panther Party; political prisoners; history; current events
|People United - June 29, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features activist Scott Crow on his memoir _Black Flags and Windmills: Hope, Anarchy and the Common Ground Collective_. He spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin, Texas, on February 12, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Scott Crow; anarchism; anarchist; principles; community; grassroots; organizing; social justice; economic justice; participatory democracy; political trajectory; autobiography; autobiographical; memoir; Black Flags and Windmills; Hope Anarchy and the Common Ground Collective; punk rock; North Texas University; anti-apartheid movement; global justice movement; anti-globalization movement; alternative globalization movement; World Trade Organization; protests; demonstrations; Seattle; Industrial Workers of the World; Spain; Spanish Civil War; Zapatista; Chiapas; Mexico; Black Panther Party; political prisoners; Angola 3; Robert King; Cold War; Eastern Europe; East Germany; German Democratic Republic; Berlin; Communism; socialism; Common Ground Collective; Katrina; New Orleans; race; class; racism; Islamophobia; Muslims; Arabs; African Americans; capitalism; animal rights; environmental movement; government surveillance; history; current events